This is a section of a vein at Wasson’s Bluff hosting sharp, brilliant natrolite crystals in radiating groups, associated with small sharp analcime crystals. The natrolite spray on top is particularly beautiful. This specimen sparkles with the hundreds of pyramidal termination faces of the natrolite crystals. In excellent condition – no damage except a few incomplete small crystals at the periphery of the vein where it weas extracted from the rock. This specimen was collected by Terry Collett in 2008. A super display piece from Wasson’s Bluff.
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